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On Campus Services

Getting Set Up

Where am I?

Parking

Parking is limited on the St. John’s campus. We have a limited number of parking permits available to student for Lot #19 at Queen’s College General Office.  Preference will be given to our full-time students. Please consider alternative ways to travel to work such as public transit or carpooling which would help alleviate some of the parking issues on campus.

St. Augustine's Anglican Church parking lot is a pay and display parking lot under external management. In addition, there are pay and display lots on the north side of campus in both parking garages as well as the Arts and Culture Centre.

Libraries

We have six library locations with specialized resources, skilled staff and librarians, and an incredible wealth of information to support teaching, learning, and research at Memorial.

Helpful tips: 10 things students should know about the library.

The Commons

The Commons Computing Support Area, located on the main floor of the QEII Library, is a central computing resource to facilitate research writing, presentation creation and more. There are collaborative stations for group work as well as standing express stations (15 mins or less). A new satellite Commons is now located underneath the clock tower.

The Writing Centre

The Writing Centre is a free facility for all Memorial University students, undergraduate or graduate, who want help with their writing. Staffed by a director and by university students trained as writing tutors, the Writing Centre's mandate is to help university students become better writers and critical thinkers.

Accommodations for Students with Disabilities

If you are a student with accessibility needs, please contact the Glenn Roy Blundon Centre atwww.mun.ca/blundon or 709-864-2156.

Safety To report an emergency, call Campus Enforcement and Patrol at 864-4100 or dial 911.

You can also report an emergency by using one of the Emergency Phones that are strategically located throughout campus. Simply push the button to contact CEP.

See something unsafe on campus?

Report anything that you think poses a threat to the safety of our campus community by calling 709-864-7600 or email facman@mun.ca

The Campus Enforcement and Patrol SAFETY brochure is filled with useful information and tips to keep you safe. CEP will provide personal security escort services (e.g. to and from vehicles, upon request)